Service Committees

A.A. service committees work to ensure the A.A. message reaches people who may need it. Many alcoholics first hear A.A.'s message of hope thanks to the work of the volunteers on these committees.

Accessibilities Committees

Accessibilities Committees serve to assist those who have significant barriers that must be overcome to insure full participation in A.A.

Archives Committees

Archives committees work to collect, preserve and share the history of A.A.

Cooperation with the Professional Community (C.P.C.) Committees

C.P.C. committees work to inform professionals who are likely to come into contact with problem drinkers about A.A.

Corrections Committees

Corrections committees work to carry the A.A. message of recovery to incarcerated alcoholics.

Literature Committees

Literature committees work to convey the importance of A.A. literature to recovery. They make sure that A.A. literature is available to A.A. groups, service meetings, A.A. events and the general public.

Public Information Committees

Public Information committees work to convey A.A. information to the general public.

Treatment Committees

Treatment committees work to carry the A.A. message into treatment settings where there may be suffering alcoholics.

Remote Communities Committees

Remote Communities committees work to bring A.A. to communities that are difficult to reach because of geography, language or culture.

Connect with a service desk at G.S.O.

G.S.O. has staff members that are assigned to specific service activities. Staff members who serve in these assignments share accumulated A.A. experience gathered from local service committees. They do this in writing, phone calls, and by traveling, upon invitation, to A.A. events.